Generic Buprenorphine How To Get Prescription?

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Og Says:


I am on my way to opiate addiction, i want to use suboxone to detox and try and kick the habit.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Og! How are you?

There is a search feature on the Suboxone website that allows you to search for a doctor in your area by zip code, their contact information will be included, so you can call to see if they are taking new patients.

You can find it at Suboxone.com.

The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Roxanne56 Says:
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Be patient with yourself. Whatever you do NEVER LET THOSE DEATH CLINICS TALK YOU INTO METHADONE. I lost my daughter as she died from that poison.nasty drug. Ive been on subs 13yrs saved my life

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Roxanne56 Says:
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I would suggest to anyone addicted to opiates to do the subutex induction then maintenance or suboxone. Alot of docs want do subutex especially if they know you were an iv user. I got blessed .i can't do naltrexone. The AMA says opiate addiction is a brain disease. The mu receptors get depleted so that produces a chronic cycle of craving relapsing. Ive known some strong addicts and I consider myself to be. By that I mean willpower has nothing to do with it! Ive been addicted all my life. Im 57 been on cubs 16 yrs now and it honestly saved my life. The deadly methadone will kill anybody. Take care

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kkh Says:

ROXANNE56, I'm sorry about your daughter. Obviously I don't know the details of her case, but methadone has been a life saver for me. Works way better for me than suboxone. Suboxone didn't work for me. The heroin is the true poison. RIP to your daughter. I am truly sorry.

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Own up to your choices Says:
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You do not die from methadone at a monitored clinic! Your daughter probably died because like most that get treatment at clinics save their weekend pills to over use during the week to feel high! I have put many clients in methadone clinics and just like your daughter they are addicts regardless of if they haven't used opiates in years! They are always addicts and lie and steal and do anything to get their fix if it means not using their meds properly! It is sad you lost your daughter but do not blame the clinic, your daughter was most likely abusing methadone to feel high and she is the one responsible for her death!

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Roxanne56 Says:
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Re: kkh (# 4)

Thank you, I appreciate your thoughtfulness. I just had a really bad experience with methadone. Take care and I'm glad it's working for you.

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Vannaj Says:
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Re: Own up to your choices (# 5)

You should be ashamed of yourself, you don't know what happened. And you just go off!

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Davoe Says:
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Re: Roxanne56 (# 2)

Sorry bout your daughter but i found subutex a depressive and near impossible to get off,plus if need to get rid of pain nothing gets past it ,iv found methadone to be a superior med.good luck main thing if it is good for you do it.

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Davoe Says:
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Re: kkh (# 4)

Sorry bout your daughter but i found subutex a depressive and near impossible to get off,plus if need to get rid of pain nothing gets past it ,iv found methadone to be a superior med.good luck main thing if it is good for you do it.

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